neurology

Dr. Jorge Moll and The D’Or Institute of Research and Education

Dr. Jorge Moll is a respected medical professional in the country of Brazil. A piece of advice that he likes to give people is to not go back and forth with an idea in your head for too long. Either take action on it or discard it. If one does not take action then someone else might come up with the same idea and be able to capitalize on it. One of his ideas that he took action on was to develop a medical research institute that would concentrate on health care innovation and research in his home country of Brazil. That lead to him establishing the D’Or Institute of Research and Education. It is referred to as the IDOR.

Dr. Jorge Moll believes in being a very productive person. Dr. Moll holds many meetings with different people to discuss ways of improving medical care. At these meetings he believes that free expression is important and collaboration of ideas that can lead the way to new solutions for medical problems can be achieved.

Dr. Jorge Moll received a Medical Degree in Neuroscience from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. He also did a residency there. He also achieved a Ph.D. in Experimental Pathophysiology from the University of Sao Paulo. He has always been passionate in trying to help people to achieve a good quality of life health wise.

A modern day topic that interests him is how artificial intelligence and human brains can work together to achieve goals. Gene therapy and regenerative medicine also is of interest to him. He believes that there are problems with today’s academia and pathways to progress in the field of medicine. He believes that the way these things are run today are hindering and not helping medical progress. He believes that the aspirations in the field are not high enough. There isn’t enough incentive to pursue high risk and long term ideas and strategies to propel the industry into the future. It is time to break with the old, safe way of doing things and simply take more risk. This could lead to better health cures.